The Tribe Anemoneae is a member of the Subfamily Ranunculoideae. Here is the complete "parentage" of Anemoneae:
- Domain: Eukaryota
Whittaker & Margulis,1978 - eukaryotes
- Kingdom: Plantae
Haeckel, 1866 - Plants
- Subkingdom: Viridaeplantae
Cavalier-Smith, 1981 - Green Plants
- Phylum: Tracheophyta
Sinnott, 1935 ex Cavalier-Smith, 1998 - Vascular Plants
- Subphylum: Euphyllophytina
- Infraphylum: Radiatopses Kenrick & Crane, 1997
- Subphylum: Euphyllophytina
- Phylum: Tracheophyta Sinnott, 1935 ex Cavalier-Smith, 1998 - Vascular Plants
- Subkingdom: Viridaeplantae Cavalier-Smith, 1981 - Green Plants
- Kingdom: Plantae Haeckel, 1866 - Plants
The Tribe Anemoneae is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Genus (115): Abelia · Abies · Aeschynanthus · Amianthium · Anemoclema · Anemone · Anemonella · Anguloa · Angulocaste · Asteriscus · Asterotrichion · Barneoudia · Behnia · Bomarea · Bukiniczia · Castanopsis · Centrolene · Chamaeranthemum · Chamelaucium · Cheiridopsis · Clematis · Clematoclethra · Codonopsis · Coluria · Comarum · Conophytum · Coriaria · Cornus · Cortiella · Cremnosedum · Cuspidaria · Cydista · Cyrtanthus · Desfontainia · Diascia · Disporopsis · Elegia · Eremurus · Eucharis · Fagus · Galanthus · Griselinia · Gyalecta · Hardenbergia · Heliaporus · Hepatica · Heptaptera · Hereroa · Hermodactylus · Hernandia · Heterolepis · Heuchera · Hibanobambusa · Hordelymus · Hosta · Itea · Juniperus · Kingdonia · Kniphofia · Knowltonia · Lithops · Ludochilus · Malesherbia · Metanemone · Miyakea · Mundulea · Myrceugenia · Naravelia · Notobasis · Ophthalmophyllum · Oreithales · Ourisia · Paris · Paulownia · Phanerophlebia · Phellodendron · Photinia · Prenia · Pulsatilla · Punica · Puya · Pygmea · Pyrrosia · Quaqua · Quesnelia · Quillaja · Rabdosia · Raffenaldia · Ramonda · Ranzania · Raphionacme · Regelia · Remusatia · Renealmia · Restio · Retrophyllum · Rhabdothamnus · Rhaphidophora · Rhinephyllum · Rhodanthemum · Sauvagesia · Sceletium · Schimlinia · Sibbaldiopsis · Sophronitella · Spiloxene · Stegnogramma · Stenoglottis · Sycoparrotia · Tiarella · Tocantinia · Trichodiadema · Triglochin · Tsuga · Xantheranthemum
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 4,662 species, subspecies, varieties, forms, and cultivars in the Tribe Anemoneae.
Firs (Abies) are a genus of 48?55 species of evergreen conifers in the family Pinaceae. They are found through much of North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa, occurring in mountains over most of the range. Firs are most closely related to the cedars (Cedrus); Douglas-firs are not true firs, being of the genus Pseudotsuga. [more]
Aeschynanthus is a genus of ca. 185 species of tropical herbs. They are found in southern and southeastern Asia, the islands of Indonesia, New Guinea, and the Philippines. They are usually trailing epiphytes with brightly colored flowers that are pollinated by sunbirds. Among the better known species are and Aeschynanthus radicans. The genus name comes from a contraction of aischuno (to be ashamed) and anthos (flower). The common name for some species is "lipstick plant", which comes from the appearance of the developing buds of some species. A full list of the accepted species and their synonyms can be found in the Smithsonian Institution's World Checklist of Gesneriaceae. [more]
Amianthium is a monotypic genus of perennial plants growing from bulbs. It contains the single species Amianthium muscitoxicum, known in English as fly poison from a literal translation of the Latin muscitoxicum, and is noted for its pretty flowers and its toxic alkaloid content. While all parts of the plant are poisonous, the bulb is particularly toxic. The scientific name was given to it by Thomas Walter when he published his Flora Caroliniana in 1788. [more]
Plant perennial. Rhizome present. Sheath flat, sometimes narrowly winged. Leaves 4--7, basal, petiolate, pinnatisect to pinnatipartite; veins conspicuous. Involucral bracts 3, verticillate, pinnatilobate. Inflorescences umbelliform; bracteoles opposite. Flowers bisexual. Sepals 5, bluish purple, petaloid. Petals absent. Pistils sessile. Ovary 1-ovuled, densely villous. Styles slender, persistent, 6 × longer than ovary. Achenes densely villous.  [more]
Anemone (), is a genus of about 120 species of flowering plants in the buttercup family Ranunculaceae in the north and south temperate zones. They are closely related to Pasque flowers (Pulsatilla) and Hepaticas (Hepatica); some botanists include both of these genera within Anemone. [more]
Thalictrum thalictroides (Rue-anemone) is a spring ephemeral plant in the buttercup family, prized for its white to pink flowers, native to woodland in eastern North America. [more]
Anguloa, commonly known as tulip orchids, is a small orchid genus closely related to Lycaste. Its abbreviation in horticulture is Ang. This genus was described by Jos? Antonio Pav?n and Hip?lito Ruiz L?pez in 1798. They named it in honor of , a contemporary Peruvian who collected orchids as a hobby and by this way had become quite knowledgeable about these plants, assisting the botanists in their work. [more]
Asteriscus may refer to: [more]
Bomarea is one of the two major in the plant family Alstroemeriaceae. Most occur in the Andes. Several species are occasionally found as garden plants. [more]
Castanopsis (chinquapin or chinkapin) is a genus of evergreen trees belonging to the beech family, Fagaceae. The genus contains about 120 species, which are today restricted to tropical and subtropical eastern Asia. A total of 58 species are native to China, with 30 endemic; the other species occur further south, through Indochina to Indonesia, and also in Japan. The English name chinkapin is shared with other related plants, including the golden chinkapins of the Pacific United States, which are sometimes included within Castanopsis but are more often considered a separate but very closely related genus, Chrysolepis. [more]
Centrolene is a of glass frogs in the family Centrolenidae. The adult males are characterized by having a humeral spine, as most members of this family. The delimitation of this genus versus Cochranella is not fully resolved, and some species formerly in Centrolenella - which is nowadays synonymized with Centrolene - are now in Hyalinobatrachium. [more]
Chamelaucium, also known as waxflower, is a genus of shrubs endemic to south western Western Australia. They belong to the myrtle family Myrtaceae and have flowers similar to those of the tea-trees (Leptospermum). The most well-known species is the Geraldton Wax, Chamelaucium uncinatum, which is cultivated widely for its large attractive flowers. [more]
Clematis (KLEma-tis) is a genus of about 300 species within the buttercup family Ranunculaceae. Their garden hybrids have been popular among gardeners, beginning with Clematis ? jackmanii, a garden standby since 1862; more hybrid cultivars are being produced constantly. They are mainly of Chinese and Japanese origin. Most species are known as clematis in English, while some are also known as traveller's joy a name invented for the sole British native, C. vitalba by the herbalist John Gerard, virgin's bower for C. viticella, old man's beard, applied to several with prominent seedheads, leather flower or vase vine for the North American Clematis viorna. [more]
Woody vines, deciduous. Branchlets glabrous, puberulent, tomentose, lanate, or setose. Bud scales laminated, blackish brown, leathery, hairy or not, always persistent at bases of young shoots. Leaves petiolate, leathery to papery, margin entire or finely bristle-toothed or callus-toothed. Flowers solitary or on cymose inflorescences, bisexual. Sepals 5, imbricate, connate at base, persistent. Petals 5, imbricate. Stamens 10; filaments short, stout, dilated toward base; anthers ovoid, versatile, 2-celled, dehiscing through 2 longitudinal slits, inverted due to inflexion of filaments after anthesis, their morphological bases apical when mature. Ovary globose, glabrous, 5-ribbed, 5-loculed; ovules 8-10 per locule; styles connate into a cylindrical to filiform, somewhat fleshy, sometimes 5-striate structure; stigma capitate, small, 5-lobuled. Fruit berrylike or a leathery capsule, 5-ribbed when dry, with 1 seed per carpel, apex with persistent style. Seeds obtriangular, smooth, with endosperm.  [more]
Codonopsis is a genus of flowering plant within the family Campanulaceae. It is allied to and Leptocodon, and some authors suggest that Codonopsis should include these genera. Without them, Codonopsis includes 55 species endemic to East Asia. [more]
Herbs perennial, low, rhizomatous, softly tomentose. Leaves mostly radical; leaf blade interrupted pinnatisect; lobes obovate, margin crenate; cauline leaves sessile among connate stipules and entire or 3-fid. Inflorescence erect, few-flowered, bracteate. Hypanthium obconic, eventually elongated, 10-ribbed. Sepals 5, valvate, persistent; epicalyx segments minute. Petals 5, yellow or white, larger than sepals. Stamens numerous, in 2 or 3 series; filaments free, persistent in fruit. Disk lining hypanthium, glabrous. Carpels numerous, inserted on short receptacle; ovule ascending from base of locule; style subterminal, erect, deciduous. Achenes numerous on columnar receptacle, included in hypanthium, compressed, rugose. [more]
Comarum is a genus of plants formerly included with the typical cinquefoils (Potentilla). It contains one or two species: [more]
Coriaria is the sole genus in the family Coriariaceae. It includes about 30 species of , shrubs and small trees, with a widespread but disjunct distribution across warm temperate regions of the world, occurring as far apart as the Mediterranean region, southern and eastern Asia, New Zealand (where there are some alpine species), the Pacific Ocean islands, and Central and South America. [more]
Herbs, perennial, low, acaulescent or shortly caulescent, usually forming compact rosettes closely appressed to soil surface. Tap root stout, vertical. Stem base densely clothed in fibrous remnant sheaths. Leaves petiolate; blade oblong, 2-3-pinnatisect; ultimate segments linear. Umbels compound, solitary terminal umbel usually sessile, appearing as a cluster of simple umbels, lateral umbels few, pedunculate, obviously compound; bracts many, foliaceous, 1-2-pinnate; rays 10-15; bracteoles numerous, linear or apex 3-lobed. Calyx teeth prominent, linear-lanceolate or triangular-acuminate, unequal. Petals ovate, entire or emarginate, apex narrowly inflexed. Fruit pale yellow or purplish tinged when mature, flat-globose, dorsally compressed, cordate at both ends; ribs broadly winged, wings corky-spongy, unequal, lateral wings usually broader than dorsal; vittae 1 in each furrow, 2 on commissure. Seed face plane. Carpophore 2-cleft to base. [more]
Herbs perennial, rhizomatous, sympodial, terrestrial. Rhizome horizontally creeping, terete or moniliform, fleshy. Stem usually arching, rarely erect, simple, glabrous. Leaves cauline, lateral and pseudoterminal, usually alternate, rarely subopposite, shortly petiolate, glabrous. Inflorescences axillary, each a solitary flower or cluster of 2 to several flowers; bracts usually absent, rarely present. Flowers bisexual; pedicel articulate apically. Perianth campanulate; segments 6, imbricate, ± fleshy, proximally connate and forming a tube for up to 1/2 their length. Corona attached near apex of perianth tube, fleshy or membranous; lobes 6, alternate to or opposite perianth segments, apex often 2-cleft into lobelets, sometimes emarginate, rarely entire. Anthers 6, opposite perianth segments, attached at lobe sinus, lobelet sinus, or lobe apex of corona, dorsifixed, introrse. Ovary 3-loculed; ovules 4--6 per locule. Style short; stigma capitate to slightly 3-lobed. Fruit a berry, several seeded. [more]
Herbs perennial, with vertical, short, stout rhizome, surrounded at neck by leaf bases and sometimes also fibers from old, disintegrated leaf bases. Roots numerous, long, thickened, fleshy. Leaves several, all basal, tufted, linear. Scape simple, erect, exceeding leaves, with sterile bracts distally and a terminal raceme. Raceme usually densely many flowered, usually elongate in fruit; bracts membranous, margin often minutely serrulate, fimbriate, or ciliate, apex often long filiform acuminate. Flowers bisexual, 1 per bract axil, pedicellate; pedicel articulate or not. Perianth campanulate, tubular, or cupular; segments 6, free or connate at base, with 1, 3, or 5 veins. Stamens 6, often exserted; filaments filiform or dilated toward base; anthers dorsifixed near base, base with 2 lobes to 0.5 mm. Ovary 3-loculed; seeds several per locule. Style filiform, long, often conspicuously persistent in fruit; stigma very small. Fruit a capsule, globose or subglobose, loculicidal. Seeds irregularly 3-angled, sometimes winged along angles. [more]
Trees, winter-deciduous. Terminal buds present, long, tapered in maturity, all scales imbricate. Leaves: stipules prominent on new growth, soon deciduous. Leaf blade thin, secondary veins unbranched, ± parallel, extending to margin, each vein ending in acute or obscure tooth. Inflorescences unisexual, axillary in new growth leaves; staminate inflorescence lax, loosely capitate cluster of flowers; pistillate inflorescence short, stiff, cupule 1, terminal. Staminate flowers: sepals connate; stamens 6-16; pistillode typically absent. Pistillate flowers 2 per cupule; sepals distinct; carpels and styles 3. Fruits: maturation in 1st year following pollination; cupule 4-valved, valves distinct, ±completely enclosing nuts until maturity, prickly, prickles stout, unbranched, short, not obscuring surface of cupule, internal valves absent; nuts 2 per cupule, sharply 3-angled, slightly winged. x = 12. [more]
Galanthus (Snowdrop; Greek g?la "milk", ?nthos "flower") is a small genus of about 20 species of bulbous herbaceous plants in the family Amaryllidaceae, subfamily Amaryllidoideae. Most flower in winter, before the vernal equinox (20 or 21 March in the Northern Hemisphere), but certain species flower in early spring and late autumn. [more]
Griselinia is a genus of seven species of and trees, with a highly disjunct distribution native to New Zealand and South America. It is a classic example of the Antarctic flora. [more]
Hardenbergia is a small genus of leguminous vines from Australia. The genus was named in honour of , by English botanist George Bentham, in 1837. [more]
Hepatica (hepatica, liverleaf, or liverwort) is a genus of herbaceous perennials in the buttercup family, native to central and northern Europe, Asia and eastern North America. Some botanists include Hepatica within a wider interpretation of Anemone. [more]
Hernandiaceae is the botanical name for a family of flowering plants. Such a family has been recognised by most taxonomists. [more]
The genus Heuchera () includes at least 50 species of herbaceous perennial plants in the family Saxifragaceae, all native to North America. Common names include alumroot and coral bells. They have palmately lobed leaves on long petioles, and a thick, woody rootstock. The genus was named after Johann Heinrich von Heucher (1677?1746), an 18th century German physician. [more]
Hibanobambusa is a genus of bamboo. [more]
Hosta (, syn.: Funkia) is a genus of about 23?45 species of lily-like plants in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae, native to northeast Asia. They have been placed in their own family, Hostaceae (or Funkiaceae); like many 'lilioid monocots', they were once classified in the Liliaceae. The scientific name is also used as the common name; in the past they were also sometimes called the Corfu Lily, the Day Lily, or the Plantain lily, but these terms are now obsolete. The name Hosta is in honor of the Austrian botanist Nicholas Thomas Host. The Japanese name Giboshi is also used in English to a small extent. The rejected generic name Funkia, also used as a common name, can be found in some older literature. [more]
There are things that have the name Itea (Greek Î¹Ï„ÎÎ±, for willow): [more]
Junipers are coniferous plants in the genus Juniperus () of the cypress family Cupressaceae. Depending on taxonomic viewpoint, there are between 50-67 species of juniper, widely distributed throughout the northern hemisphere, from the Arctic, south to tropical Africa in the Old World, and to the mountains of Central America. [more]
Herbs perennial, small. Rhizome slender. Leaf usually 1, basal, long petiolate, palmate, veins dichotomous. Flowers terminal, solitary, bisexual. Sepals (4 or) 5 or 6(or 7). Petals absent. Stamens (3--) 5--8. Staminodes 8--11(--13), terete, apex capitate. Pistils 3--7(--9) ; ovules pendulous. Styles subulate. Achenes narrowly oblanceolate. [more]
Kniphofia (), also called Tritoma, Red hot poker, Torch lily or Poker plant, is a genus of plants in the family Xanthorrhoeaceae, subfamily Asphodeloideae, that includes 70 or more species native to Africa. Some species have been commercially used horticulturally and are commonly known for their bright, rocket-shaped flowers. [more]
Knowltonia is a genus of the family . There are at least ten species native to South Africa and an uncertain number growing in the Amazon Basin. The juice from the stem of many of the species in the genus is a powerful vesicant. [more]
Lithops is a genus of succulent plants in the ice plant family, Aizoaceae. Members of the genus are native to southern Africa. The name is derived from the Ancient Greek words ????? (lithos), meaning "stone," and ?? (ops), meaning "face," referring to the stone-like appearance of the plants. They avoid being eaten by blending in with surrounding rocks and are often known as pebble plants or living stones. The formation of the name from the Greek "-ops" means that even a single plant is called a Lithops. [more]
Malesherbia is a genus of and the sole genus of the family Malesherbiaceae, consisting of about 27 species. This is a xerophytic group endemic to the Peruvian and Chilean deserts and adjacent Argentina. [more]
Herbs perennial. Rhizome lateral roots dense. Leaves basal, long petiolate, simple, palmate or undivided. Scape erect. Inflorescences terminal. Sepals petaloid, imbricate in bud. Stamens ca. 50. Pistils ca. 18; ovary densely yellow villous; ovule 1, pendulous. Styles subulate; stigma small. [more]
Myrceugenia is a of evergreen woody flowering trees and shrubs belonging to the Myrtle family, Myrtaceae. The genus is native to South America from southeast Brazil south to southern Chile; it is closely related to the genus Luma; some botanists include Myrceugenia in that genus. [more]
Naravelia is a genus of plants belonging to the family Ranunculaceae. There are at least two members of the genus, wood climbers, native to China. [more]
Notobasis syriaca (Syrian Thistle), syn. Cirsium syriacum, Cnicus syriacus), the sole species in the genus Notobasis, is a thistle-like plant in the family Asteraceae, native to the Mediterranean region and the Middle East, from Madeira, the Canary Islands, Morocco and Portugal east to Egypt, Iran and Azerbaijan. [more]
Herbs perennial. Rhizome slender or thickened. Stem erect, simple. Leaves 4 to many, very rarely 3, in a terminal whorl, petiolate, lanceolate to ovate, with 3 main veins and anastomosing veinlets. Flowers bisexual, solitary, terminal, pedunculate. Tepals 3--8, in 2 whorls, free; outer ones green, rarely white, ovate to lanceolate; inner ones linear or occasionally absent. Stamens 8--24 or more, 2--8 Ã— as many as tepals; filaments narrow, flat; anthers basifixed, often with convex connective apically. Ovary subglobose, 1-loculed with parietal placentation or 4--10-loculed with axile placentation. Style short; stigma lobes 4--10. Fruit a berry or a berrylike capsule, indehiscent or loculicidal, several to many seeded. [more]
Paulownia is a genus of between 6â€“17 species (depending on taxonomic authority) of plants in the monogeneric family Paulowniaceae, related to and sometimes included in the Scrophulariaceae. They are native to much of China (its name in Chinese is æ³¡æ¡/pao1tong2), south to northern Laos and Vietnam, and long cultivated elsewhere in eastern Asia, notably in Japan and Korea. They are deciduous trees 10â€“25 m tall, with large leaves 15â€“40 cm across, arranged in opposite pairs on the stem. The flowers are produced in early spring on panicles 10â€“30 cm long, with a tubular purple corolla resembling a foxglove flower. The fruit is a dry capsule, containing thousands of minute seeds. [more]
Plants terrestrial, less commonly on rock. Stems short-creeping to erect, stolons absent. Leaves monomorphic, evergreen. Petiole shorter than or ± equaling length of blade, base not swollen; vascular bundles more than 3, arranged in an arc, ± round in cross section. Blade ovate-lanceolate, 1-pinnate, with a ± similar apical pinna, papery. Pinnae not articulate to rachis, segment margins serrulate to spinulose; proximal pinnae largest or nearly so, short-petiolulate, ± equilateral or inequilateral with acroscopic lobe; costae adaxially grooved, grooves continuous from rachis to costae; indument of filiform scales on costae and veins abaxially, ± glabrous adaxially. Veins free [anastomosing], forked. Sori in 2 or more rows between midrib and margin, round; indusia persistent or caducous [absent]. Spores brown, with inflated folds or wings. x = 41. [more]
Phellodendron or Cork-tree, is a genus of trees in the family Rutaceae, native to east and northeast Asia. It has leathery, pinnate leaves and yellow, clumped flowers. The name refers to the thick and corky bark of some (but not all) species in the genus. [more]
Photinia () is a genus of about 40?60 species of small trees and large shrubs in the Rosaceae family. As interpreted here, the natural range of these species is restricted to warm temperate Asia, from the Himalaya east to Japan and south to India and Thailand. They have, however, been widely cultivated throughout the world as ornamentals for their white flowers and red fruits. [more]
The genus Pulsatilla contains about 33 species of herbaceous perennials native to meadows and prairies of North America, Europe, and Asia. Common names include pasque flower (or pasqueflower), wind flower, prairie crocus, Easter Flower, and meadow anemone. Several species are valued ornamentals because of their finely-dissected leaves, solitary bell-shaped flowers, and plumed seed heads. The showy part of the flower consists of sepals, not petals. [more]
Punica is a small genus of fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small trees. Its best known species is the pomegranate (Punica granatum). The only other species in the genus, the Socotra pomegranate (Punica protopunica), is endemic on the island of Socotra. It differs in having pink (not red) flowers and smaller, less sweet fruit. [more]
Puya can refer to: [more]
Quesnelia (named For M. Quesnel, French consul to French Guiana) is a of the botanical family Bromeliaceae, subfamily Bromelioideae. Indigenous to eastern Brazil, this genus contains approximately 30 species. [more]
Regelia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Myrtaceae. This genus is composed of six species of small leaved, evergreen shrubs and trees that are endemic to Australia. Five of the six species are endemic to the south-west of Western Australia. The sixth species that has been assigned to this genus (R. punicea) is endemic to Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory and is now considered to belong to a new separate genus, Petraeomyrtus. Regelia species range from 1 to 6 meters in height. They are noted for bearing essential oils. Typically showy blooms are aggregate inflorescences which take the form of heads or spikes depending upon the species. Fruits are a woody, 3-valved capsule which often split upon maturity. [more]
Renealmia is a genus in the family Zingiberaceae. Species include: [more]
Restio is the name of a group of plants within the . Many species formerly included within the Restio genus are now classified into a number of other genera including Acion, Baloskion and Eurychorda. [more]
Retrophyllum is a genus of the family Podocarpaceae, comprising 5 species with disjunct distribution in the Southern Hemisphere [more]
Rhaphidophora is a genus in the family Araceae, occurring from tropical Africa eastwards through Malesia and Australasia to the Western Pacific. The genus consists of approximately 100 species. [more]
Sauvagesia is a genus of plant in family Ochnaceae. It contains the following species (but this list may be incomplete): [more]
Sibbaldiopsis is a genus in the plant family Rosaceae. (formerly in Potentilla), the Three-toothed Cinquefoil is the single representative of this genus. Systemic phylogenetic work has placed S. tridentata closer to Aphanes and Sibbaldia than to Potentilla (Erikkson et al. 2003). [more]
The Foamflowers (Tiarella) are a popular genus of wildflower and garden plants. They belong to the Saxifrage family (Saxifragaceae). Some species are: [more]
Arrowgrass is the common name for members of the genus Triglochin. The genus belongs to the family Juncaginaceae and counts about a dozen-and-a-half members. North America has four (or five) species, two of which can also be found in the British Isles (and Europe): Triglochin palustris, marsh arrowgrass and Triglochin maritimum, sea arrowgrass. Australia has many more. [more]
Tsuga (, from Japanese: ? (??), the name of Tsuga sieboldii) is a genus of conifers in the family Pinaceae. The common name hemlock is derived from a perceived similarity in the smell of its crushed foliage to that of the unrelated plant poison hemlock. [more]
More info about the Genus Xantheranthemum may be found here.
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